Quicktionary Pen

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There are loads of apps out there that help you to stay connected with the world while travelling. But what happens when you feel like reading in your native language? Wizcom’s Quicktionary TS Premium may be worth to have a look at.

Wizcom Technologies Ltd. was founded In 1995 in Israel. This telecommunication company took the market of personal, portable, scanning dictionaries, reading Pens and scanning Pens by storm and quickly became the leading force on the market. With the help of their pocket-size, user-friendly Quicktionary Pens the users can now translate and define any printed material. All of that happens without spoiling the pleasure of reading. People with reading problems can make a good use of Reading Pen products. InfoScan Pens allow students or business people to scan through a particular text and to transfer it to their computer, laptop or any handheld device.

The device mentioned earlier, Wizcom’s Quicktionary TS Premium pen, is a 400 dpi-resolution scanner. The whole thing weighs just 3.5 ounces. The device is capable of reading 7 languages and storing up to 20,000 lines of text. Sure you can’t try to scan the whole Torah with it but a bit more reasonable task would be to use it for scanning some regular size articles. Give it a go first, honestly. What you scan can be displayed on a touch screen. The device has also got an option of reading the scanned material aloud. The whole point of the device is to make it quicker to look up any unknown section of a passage than using traditional paper or electronic dictionaries.

Once you have your text scanned, you can store it to PC, PDA, or smartphone via USB and any Windows-based application.

Wizcom boasts that their TS Premium includes 45 dictionaries with more than 300,00 words in each one of them. It is a much enhanced version of TS model, which supported only English-French, French-English, English-Spanish, Spanish-English, and American Heritage Dictionaries.

The majority of dictionaries in TS Premium seem to be custom made for students of English. Why? Now let’s see: you can find there an English to Mongolian dictionary but no trace of the reverse. You can translate Chinese, Spanish, German, Italian, French, and Hebrew to English.

 

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